The DROID RAZR was released just slightly over a week ago, but the device may have already lost its crown as the world’s thinnest Android smartphone. Fujitsu’s ARROWS μ F-07D Android smartphone, pictured above, made its way through the FCC today, revealing a body that’s just 6.7mm thin. That’s thinner than the 7.1mm DROID RAZR, not to mention Apple’s 9.3mm iPhone 4.
More impressively, the ARROWS μ F-07D’s doesn’t have a large bulge at one end like the DROID RAZR and other ultra-thin smartphones such as the Galaxy S II. As you can see in the image below from Ktai Watch, the ARROWS μ F-07D’s thickness remains mostly uniform, varying less than 2mm from its thickest to thinnest point.
Under the hood, the ARROWS μ F-07D sports a Qualcomm MSM8255 processor running at 1.4GHz, 512MB of RAM and 1GB of internal storage. That device runs Android 2.3, features a 4-inch gorilla glass WVGA screen and a 5MP camera.
The ARROWS μ F-07D will be released by NTT DoCoMo in 2012.
Fujitsu passed the T730 notebook through the FCC yesterday. The device, also known as the TH700, is part of Fujitsu’s T-Series lineup of tablet computers.
The T730 will feature an Intel Centrino 6200 Puma Peak WLAN module that provides 802.11 a/b/g/n WiFi. The device also features a Bluetooth module from CSR.
FCC documents don’t reveal much else about the T730. We’ll keep you updated as we learn more.
We first learned of Fujitsu’s T900 tablet on December 17, when the device made an appearance on the FCC. The T900, also known as the Souther, is one of the first notebooks that we’ve seen with Intel’s new Arrandale (Core i7 M620) processor.
Today, the T900 made another appearance on the FCC, this time with a label pic (above). We also learned that the T900 will be sold as the TH900 in the consumer market, and the device will feature 802.11 a/b/g/n thanks to an Intel Centrino Puma Peek 2×2 module.
Other than that, there’s not much new with today’s filing. It does appear however, that the T900 is getting closer to its release.
A couple of Fujitsu tablets just popped up on the FCC. We’re familiar with the LifeBook T5010, which is already on sale world wide. However, the T900, codenamed ‘Souther’, is new to us.
According to Fujitsu’s test report, the T900 will feature Intel’s new i7-620M ‘Arrandale’ processor. This dual core processor runs at 2.66 GHz, with a 4MB cache and an integrated graphics processor.
The T900 will feature a 13.3” WXGA display, and 802.11 a/b/g. Unfortunately, the test report doesn’t tell us much more about the T900, but it does appear that it will be nearly identical in size and shape to the LifeBook T5010.
Earlier this month, Fujitsu announced a compelling multitouch MID called the UH900. Weighing in at just 1.1 pounds, this tiny clamshell device sports a 5.6” WXGA multitouch display and Intel Atom Z530 processor. According to SlashGear, the device will retail for $1,417 in Hong Kong when it is released on December 17, 2009.
Today, the UH900 made an appearance on the FCC in a filing by Atheros. Fujitsu will actually offer two identical versions of the device, the UH900 for the consumer market, and the U900 for commercial users.
The UH900 seems like a good compromise between a netbook and cell phone, although the 5.6” screen does sound a bit small for long spans at the keyboard. Integrated 3.5G WWAN makes the UH900 a good option for mobile web surfing and checking email, and the Z530 Atom will be a nice improvement over current Atom processors.
The netbook, pictured above, will be known as the Fujitsu LifeBook MH380/M380, and will be part of Fujitsu’s M Series. The device features a 10.1” 1366×768 LCD and an Atheros 802.11 b/g/n WiFi.
FCC filings don’t reveal much more about this netbook. And there are notes that the MH380 tested is a pre-production sample, so the specs we’re seeing today may not be finalized.